Join us for a conversation on the impact of Covid-19 and Brexit on the LGBTQ+ communities.
Photojournalism Hub is pleased to host a conversation on the challenges that the LGBTQ+ community face, and the further impact of Brexit and Covid-19 pandemic has had on the community. How can we as individuals and as communities support and address the current challenges? Departing from the photography of Gemma Mancinelli and Tim Boddy, join us in the conversation.
Tim Boddy, is a photographer based in London, and a recent graduate of LCC’s Photojournalism & Documentary Photography MA course. Tim develops personal documentary-based projects outside of his commercial work. His practice generally centres on the LGBTQ+ community, whom he enjoys working alongside to embolden storytelling and to make his work more representative of the community.
Gemma Mancinelli, is a photographer and a visual storyteller based in London. Her dedication to human rights, especially women’s rights, LGBTQ+ and working class, is central in her photographs. Gemma has extensively reported on the movement of protests of the last years, focusing on documenting the people’s stories within.
Fazal Mahmood, Rapid Intervention Worker at St Mungo. Fazal will share his personal experiences, both about the trials, tribulations and the celebrations of the integration of his identity from being a South-Asian Muslim gay man.
Richard Ansett, an award winning photographer known for his provocative images. His images are in permanent collections including the National Portrait Gallery, London and Library and Archives Canada, Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Smithsonian Institution. His images have been part of major collaborative exhibitions.
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Cover photo ©Richard Ansett